Seldom do you come across a band as prolific, mental, wacky, unique and memorable as Aussie septet King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard. The Melbourne hellraisers have left a wake of genre-laden destruction in their wake this last decade, putting out an astonishing fifteen records in not even a decade. From thrash metal and garage rock to electro pop, jazz and lounge, Stu Mackenzie and co. have quite literally done it all. But so how do you rank the music of a band as varied as these seven cult legends? It’s nearly impossible, but we’ve had a go…

50 MUCKRAKER

49 MOST OF WHAT I LIKE

48 OPEN WATER

47 THE WHEEL

46 REAL’S NOT REAL

45 HOT WAX

44 DIGITAL BLACK

43 THE BALROG

42 IT’S GOT OLD

41 SLEEP DRIFTER

40 MURDER OF THE UNIVERSE

39 GAMMA KNIFE

38 RATTLESNAKE

37 I’M SLEEPIN’ IN

36 TRAPDOOR

35 DOWN THE SINK

34 VENUSIAN 1

33 DOOM CITY

32 THE RAID

31 GOD IS IN THE RHYTHM

30 ROAD TRAIN

29 THE BOOK

28 THIS THING

27 PERIHELION

26 CYBOOGIE

25 HOT WATER

24 THE LORD OF LIGHTNING

23 PLASTIC BOOGIE

22 MUDDY WATER

21 LOYALTY

20 BEGINNER’S LUCK

19 TETRACHROMACY

18 PLANET B

17 HEAD ON/PILL

16 BILLABONG VALLEY

15 TEZETA

14 LET ME MEND THE PAST

13 AM I IN HEAVEN

12 EVIL DEATH ROLL

11 CELLOPHANE

10 COUNTDOWN

9 CRUMBLING CASTLE

8 SENSE

7 THE FOURTH COLOUR

6 THE GREAT CHAIN OF BEING

5 THE BITTER BOOGIE

4 HELL

3 NUCLEAR FUSION

2 ROBOT STOP

1 THE RIVER

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